No. Didn't know there was a Colorado club. How do I contact them?
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Thanks for the compliments. It's the factory color and a factory vinyl top. The stance is probably because I rebuilt the entire suspension with a kit for the Cougar I got from Mustangs Unlimited. Came with new springs and swaybars along with the usual cast of soft parts. Then I finished it off with some KYB gas shocks. The wheels are stock. The BFG tires are just what I wanted on the car I had back in the 70's.
I'll get some interior pics this weekend. It's the best part of the car!
OK, maybe its be my 'over 40' eyesight, but I don't see any contact information or any way to register on the site.
Do you have any contact information?
You'll have to come see it in the garage. Last time I drove it I had to have it towed home. I think it blew a timing chain since it's right at 60,000 miles, and I remember from experience that mid-60s cars used to blow chains at about that mileage. They had plastic coated gears on the cam. That plus a list of winter improvements to get done before spring.
I'm in Highlands Ranch if you want to come by.